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  1. Nbody_Metal_Bench

    This App was build from the source of James Price (2015). Some parameters are added and changed for useage as an bench (FPS/ GLOP/S)
    NEW: now keys (keypad) + / - to switch between 40960 and 57344 Bodies (fast gpus run in 60 FPS limit @ 40960)
     
    This is a N-body simulation with visualization for exploring the use of Metal for gpu compute and OpenGL graphics on OS X.
    N-body simulations exits already using CUDA and OpenCL - both gpu compute SDKs/languages.
     
    Metal also has some of the gpu compute features like CUDA and OpenCL, even it is normally used as an faster replacement for OpenGL.
     
    This Bench shows FPS and GFLOP/S. The FPS is limited to 60 (FPS/Hz).
    Q: Quit D: changes Metal device if you have more than one Metal gpu device available
     
    My GT 740 getting around 7,5 FPS 40960 and 3,5 FPS 57344 Bodies

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  2. WebDriverCheck

    i made an WebDriverCheck tool.
    Shows which driver is loaded/used and some (timer updated) info about gpu load %, VRAM fre, VRAM.
    Nvidia picture changes to Apple Logo if Apple drivers detected (beside also text changes to com.apple...)
     
    screenshoot shows tool running beside CUDA-Z (Benchmark) - Webdriver and sceand shows Apple Driver usage.
     
    Hi, if you want some other features (information, checks about GPU) please tell me.
    If possible i will include that wanted things in the future.

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  3. Nboddy METAL demo/bench

    copyright / author James Price, modded by me.
     
    Nbody METAL shows known Nbody simulation using METAL.
     
    Thread: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/309245-metal-particles-as-demo-bench-new-nbody-metal-demobench/page-1

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  4. OS X METAL Particles Bench (FPS)

    EDIT:
    After investigation it is clear that the older Particles Metal DEMO is really more an DEMO, and not usable as bench - because CPU bound limit, very huge cpu loads generating and moving that particles.
    NEW:
    From source here : https://github.com/F...alKit-Particles
    compiled app : from DOWNLOAD
    Screenshoot shows low cpu usage but very high (full) GPU load = i think diff gpus should perform different, compared to the demo below.
    first results
    6 FPS Nvidia GT 740
    18 FPS Nvidia GTX 650
     
    THREAD: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/309245-metal-particles-demo-measures-fps/

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